Wildcat Breakdown: Utah

A comprehensive look back at UA’s 32-point loss in Salt Lake City

Wildcat Breakdown: Utah

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Utah knocked Khalil Tate out of the game early and Arizona was forced to use three quarterbacks on their way to a 42-10 loss to the Utes.

Utah’s defense came into the contrest allowing opponents just 75 yards rushing per game. They held Arizona to 72.

Our David Kelly is joined by UA tight end Glenn Howell (‘85) to discuss why the Cats could not match the Utes physicality, the numerous missed tackles, how injuries have changed the face of UA’s defense, the decision to play Jamarye Joiner at quarterback before Rhett Rodriguez and the Cats utilization of formations in 4th and short situations.

Wildcat Breakdown is back for an 8th season on FOX 11 Tucson. Kelly will be joined weekly most often by Howell. The pair began their relationship of analyzing the Cats in 2010 when D.K. was the anchor for the Arizona Wildcats Radio Network and Howell was a TV sideline reporter for the UA football games produced by Arizona IMG College.

Howell, a local fitness professional, appears every Friday (or the night before a game) during the season for Wildcat Preview as he and Kelly get you set with key matchups for the upcoming UA contest and then again on Wildcat Breakdown each Sunday where the duo recap the highs and lows from the recently completed Cats affair.

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